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Jim Sinclair about yesterday’s action in gold & silver: mainstream entities will now enter gold market

With gold and silver exploding to the upside on the Fed announcement, today King World News interviewed legendary Jim Sinclair, to get his take on where things are headed. Sinclair told KWN he now expects mainstream entities to enter the gold market. Here is what Sinclair had to say: “Today is an important day. There are many days we talk but this is a mile-marker. What the Fed did today is they turned on the light of what will be QE to infinity. Today the light went on with regards to the intentions of the Fed. They did that for very specific reasons, we have troubles people can’t see and […]

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Fed Announces Record Low Interest Rates Until Late 2014 and Commodities Soar

Presently we notice the European Central Bank is pumping money into the sovereign institutions following the precedent of the U.S. Federal Reserve.  Indeed, this move is an admission that debt is being monetized before our very eyes.  Once again the lemmings have jumped off a cliff into what they mistakenly thought was a safe haven.  Isn’t that the name of the game, which is to get you to swing at the wrong pitch at the wrong time?     As we write, the Federal Reserve has announced the expansion of the future horizon of record low interest rates from mid 2013 until late 2014. This rally from October 4th, 2011 […]

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Another Chance to Sell Common Stocks and Buy Precious Metals

Another Chance to Sell Common Stocks and Buy Precious Metals

It has been a tough last year for precious metals investors but not so much for common stocks. Sure, the Euro crisis benefited Gold initially but as the panic has abated, stocks are rallying back to their highs while Gold has sold off and the gold stocks are trying to hold their lows. What is going on? Are we in the twilight zone?Bull and bear markets are long lasting, providing ample time for trends and counter trends to continually reappear and redevelop. The long-term activity of precious metals and common stocks is not a mystery. Gold has continued to hit all-time highs while the gold stocks eclipsed and maintain 2008 […]

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‘Mania’ in Junior Mining Stocks Predicted

Fayyaz Alimohamed, CEO of Altair Ventures Inc. and publisher of the Acamar Journal, offers historical perspective and predictions on the global economic crisis. In this exclusive Gold Report interview, he foresees a “mania” in junior mining stocks and recommends holding physical gold outside the banking system as a safety net. COMPANIES MENTIONED: COLOMBIA CREST GOLD CORP. – CORAL GOLD RESOURCES LTD. – GREAT PANTHER SILVER LTD. The Gold Report: Fayyaz, in June 2008, using readily available economic data, you wrote that the global economy was on the verge of financial collapse. What do those sources tell you about where the global economy is headed today? Fayyaz Alimohamed: In November 2006, I predicted that the U.S. was headed […]

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A Swiss Signal to Buy Gold

Investors were given a major signal to Buy Gold on December 21 2011,writes Porter Stansberry for the Daily Wealth. It was on that day that the European Central Bank (ECB) “loaned” roughly €500 billion to Europe’s major banks at 1% interest. This capital will allow all the big banks to report adequate capital ratios when they file their annual reports…which is code for “getting a huge bailout.” Whatever you want to call it, simply know this: There will not be a deflationary collapse in Europe. The Euro will not collapse in the near term. Instead, Europe will see a gigantic increase in its money supply. When asked by the Financial Times if there […]

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Gold is money?! Indians to pay for Iranian oil with gold

Markets enjoyed another “risk on” day yesterday, with stock markets and commodities all recording gains on the back of a weakening US dollar. The Dollar Index fell below 80, with the gold price also benefiting from increasing brinkmanship between Iran and western nations, with the European Union announcing the implementation of an embargo on Iranian crude oil. Comex gold futures for February delivery gained 0.9% to settle at $1,678.30 per troy ounce. Silver for delivery in March gained 1.9% to settle at $32.27 per troy ounce – another solid day for the white metal, though it keeps banging up against selling resistance around $32.50. Greece is once again the topic […]

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Dollar’s Influence on Gold

Dollar’s Influence on Gold

In our previous essays, we emphasized that the long- and short-term trends for gold are up. In today’s article, we will feature the current situation in the USD and Euro Indices and in the general stock market. After analyzing each of them, we will move to implications for the precious metals investors. Let’s start with the analysis of the USD Index (charts courtesy by http://stockcharts.com.) Our first chart this week is the very long-term USD Index chart. We see little change in the situation since last week. There has been no confirmed breakout above the late 2010- early 2011 highs and the long-term trend remains down. In the short-term Euro Index chart, there […]

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Fear Index shows that gold is undervalued

| January 25, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Fear Index shows that gold is undervalued

The year 2011 ended on a very weak note for the price of gold, which tested support near the lowest levels since August as the precious metal slid below $1,550. This movement even drove the GoldMoney Fear Index below 3% as US M3 continued to rise, surpassing $14.4 Trillion. The downward path of gold since the September highs immediately prompted cries that the “bubble was bursting” from every corner of the financial press. They could not be more wrong. Neither a rising price, nor anecdotal reports of increased buying are in any way proper evidence of a bubble. If we ignore the chatter and actually look at empirical data, it […]

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Gold, Gold Mining Stocks and the S&P 500

Gold, Gold Mining Stocks and the S&P 500

The Eurozone crisis benefited Gold Prices initially but as the panic has abated, stocks are rallying back to their highs while gold has sold off and Gold Mining stocks are trying to hold their lows. What is going on? asks Jordan Roy-Byrne at The Daily Gold. Are we in the twilight zone? Bull and bear markets are long lasting, providing ample time for trends and counter trends to continually reappear and redevelop. The long-term activity of precious metals and common stocks is not a mystery. Gold has continued to hit all-time highs while the gold stocks eclipsed and maintain 2008 highs as support. Yes, common stocks are also rallying but are nowhere close to seriously testing 2008 […]

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Gold Chart and comments

Gold Chart and comments

Gold has made it into a formidable resistance level near $1680 which has served to bring out some heavy selling, just as expected seeing that a breach of this defensive line by the bulls will set the market for a run to $1700 and higher. Gold bears can read the charts just as we can and understand what will bring in the momentum buyers if they fail to hold it here. If the recent price advance falters here at this critical zone, then we will see a setback towards $1650 – $1645 initially followed by a bit deeper drop to $1620 or so if the dip buyers are a bit […]

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Silver bulls’ confidence growing

In response to the general positive trend at the global markets, the Indian futures markets has recorded significant gains in the silver price. At the Mumbai Multi Commodity Exchange, silver futures for March delivery climbed 1.28% (close to 700 rupees) to 56,260 rupees per kilo. Market observers expect that the Indian silver price will continue to rise as central banks move towards further stimulus measures. Besides silver, gold and most base and non-ferrous metals also recorded gains. During Friday’s session at the New York Comex the gold price climbed $10 to $1,665 per troy ounce. Indian gold and silver prices also recorded gains. Last week market observers were still cautious […]

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Silver runs right into a Resistance Zone and then halts

Silver runs right into a Resistance Zone and then halts

Just as if on clue, Silver bulls came out of the gate bucking high and hard but were unable to throw the bears who have dug in at the exact spot on the chart which says they should. Take a look at this chart which I posted last week and which is still applicable after today’s trading session. Notice how silver shot up throw that “formidable resistance zone” near $32.50 but then faded to close almost right on the line instead of solidly above it. Still, the bears dodged that bullet only by the slimmest of margins as the market put in a strong close to end the session, although […]

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Look for Gold Juniors with Theme-Changing Catalysts

Annie Zhang, an analyst with Toronto-based investment bank Octagon Capital, is expecting some good stories to come out of Argentina and Canada this year. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, she targets several exploration and near-term producing companies with burgeoning results on the horizon. COMPANIES MENTIONED: ARGENTEX MINING CORP. – HUNT MINING CORP. – MARIANA RESOURCES LTD. – MEGA PRECIOUS METALS INC. – NORTH AMERICAN PALLADIUM LTD. – PREMIER GOLD MINES LTD. The Gold Report: The bottom fell out of the junior precious metals sector in late 2011. Why should investors believe that this sector is going to perform better this year? Annie Zhang: In 2011, gold was up by about 10%, while gold equities […]

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Gold price touches 6 weeks high with technically positive outlook

Dollar prices to Buy Gold hit a 6-week high at $1677 per ounce Monday morning, as stocks, commodities and the Euro all pushed higher and US Treasury bond prices fell. “Near term technical have turned more bullish [for gold],” says the latest technical analysis from Scotia Mocatta, though it sees “psychological resistance looming at $1700.” The price of Buying Gold in Euros however fell to €41375 (€1287 per ounce) – down slightly on Friday’s close – as European finance ministers met to discuss Greek debt and a proposal to relax banking rules. The difference between long contracts to Buy Gold and short contracts held by noncommercial Gold Futures and options traders on New York’s Comex exchange – the […]

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